Discussion in 'Boxing News and Discussion' started by Xplosive, Oct 25, 2009.
Mama bear vs caribou...
Young grizzly vs wolves...
Antlers ain't worth a damn!
I just found it...it took me a while...but here's one of the extremely rare Korean pit fights of a lion vs tiger...
The Siberian "tiger" is a tiger by name only. In fact...different habitat (not JUNGLE) and all that. He could have been called the Siberian "lion" or Siberian "wild cat" or Siberian "feline".
But in the JUNGLE the Lion is King.
That was a wicked fight. Props to both animals. The tiger did much better then I expected. The lion just had no instinct in him to give up. That lion looked a bit bigger then that tiger too.
no. just no. just like human beings have a genome, tigers and lions do too. Asians and africans share the same genome as americans and europeans, the human genome. the siberian tiger has the tiger genome so is in fact a tiger by definition.
I'll take African fire ants over any of these motherfuckers.
He contributed the same: NOTHING.
Not one on one...
Lions live on the Savanna (grassland) where there is relatively few trees, it's only in Tarzan and Disney movies they live in the jungle:lol:
Im talking about a colony of african fire ants.
I saw a docu on them on the discovery channel once, when they move to a place even the lions run away from those fuckers.
There's one animal that whips their asses though...
Phorid flies, or Phoridae, are a family of small, hump-backed flies resembling fruit flies which is a parasitoid of the fire ant.
110 species of the genus Pseudacteon, or ant-decapitating fly, have been documented. Members of Pseudacteon reproduce by laying eggs in the thorax of the ant. The first instar larvae migrates to the head, then develop by feeding on the hemolymph, muscle tissue, and nervous tissue.
After about two weeks, they cause the ant's head to fall off by releasing an enzyme that dissolves the membrane attaching the ant's head to its body. The fly pupates in the detached head capsule, requiring a further two weeks before emerging.
Phorid fly >>>>> Fire ant
Damn, talk about shoving it down their throats, lol.
How about Honey Badgers v Wolverine don't let their name fool you, honey badgers are some bad mofos and they aint afraid of anything. Can you pick a winner?
Or a salt water croc, you know the big ones found in Australia or Africa, one of them versus a Tiger shark?
Epic fights, cool thread :box1:
Yeah...honey badgers are pretty tough...that would be indeed a good fight against a wolverine.
I guess the problem is that honey badgers live in a hot environment...and the wolverine in a cold one.
That's a pretty even fight imo.
Now to the great white shark vs saltwater croc scenario...
The Great White and Saltwater Croc are close in size. The GW shark's largest recorded dimensions are 21 ft long, 4000 pounds. The saltwater croc's largest recorded dimensions is 20 ft long, and 3300 pounds. So length wise, they are the same...weight wise, the shark is about 700 pounds heavier.
Now lets look at what weapons they have...and how they attack when using them.
Right off the bat...I can tell you the shark is much faster than the croc (the croc is basically an ambush predator).
The shark has razor blade-type teeth...they have serrations...perfect for shredding.
The croc on the other hand...has conical-type teeth...they are perfect for biting down and holding on.
The shark bites once, usually taking a chunk out...then it withdraws. Then it comes back again for another bite...and so on.
The croc bites and holds down...then it likes to do its famous death roll...meaning...twirling its prey...then drowning it (the shark can certainly suffocate in this case).
The croc's jaw muscles are much stronger than a shark's...but the shark has the much sharper teeth.
So it's a matter of who hits first.
If the shark bites the croc once in the belly...it's all over.
But if the croc bites on any of the shark's fins...or tail...and holds on and does its death roll...the croc is going to detach that fin/tail...and the shark would lose it's maneuverability, lose control, and eventually suffocate.
I personally...give it to the great white shark...it's faster...and it's going to attack the croc from below...bite its belly...game over.
Having said that...the Orca aka Killer Whale...eats both for breakfast.
The Killer Whale dwarfs both...the largest recorded Orca was 32 ft long, and weighing a monstrous 22,000 pounds. The Orca is also very fast swimmer...but aside from its pure size and strength...the thing that sets it apart from the other two predators...its intelligence and reasoning. The killer whale assesses the situation...and using strategy...goes for the kill.
That's why killer whales are able to hunt whales...cooperating with each other...like a team. Sharks on the other hand...don't hunt whales...although they act like hyenas though...if they see a dead whale floating...they will swarm it and eat it like a bunch of piranhas...lol.
here is a bear without fur..looks not so scary now, LOL..more like a rat..
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